Dr. Janet Alleman is a professor of teacher education with interests in undergraduate and graduate social studies education and teacher/administrator collaborative initiatives. She is a member of the ASSIST project writing team sponsored by Michigan State University and the Michigan Department of Education and a member of the Research Committee for the National Council for Social Studies.
Dr Alleman's areas of expertise are: Curriculum and Instruction; Social Studies and History Education; and Teacher Education, Learning, and Policy
Dr. Margo Glew is coordinator of international initiatives for the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. Currently, she is coordinating efforts to provide an international/global perspective to the teacher education program at MSU so that more teachers are prepared to educate students for success in a global society. She has extensive experience in language program development, having served as founder and coordinator of the Less Commonly Taught Languages Program and as co-Director of the Arabic Instruction Language Flagship program at Michigan State University. Her academic work has focused on second language acquisition and instruction, language materials development, and language program development.
Dr. Joseph Codde is a professor of educational technology. His interests focus on educational reform, teacher professional development and the effect professional development has on the use of computer and mobile technologies in education. Dr. Codde developed and managed one of the university’s largest outreach programs targeted at teaching Michigan’s in‐service K12 teachers and educators. The three‐course nine credit program has served over 50 Michigan school districts and enrolled over 3,000 teachers over the past 14 years.
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